This intensive 1 day course will equip you with skills required to effectively evaluate companies and assets. Run by an experienced former City banker the course starts with an overview of different equity valuation methods and explains fundamental framework. You will have a chance to go through various ratios including cash flows, discount rates and periods, capital structure and understand the important parameters that can cause the valuation to break down if overlooked.
We will take a brief overview of various techniques for equity valuation, focus on Discounted Cash Flow techniques and show that DCF and multiples actually do the same thing – but only if you make the same assumptions.
You will have a chance to work through models and case studies based on real companies.
Wed, 26/08/2015 - 12:50
Alternative methods of accessing the private real estate market, including separate accounts, joint ventures and co-investments, are under the spotlight in this extract from the Preqin Investor Outlook: Alternative Assets, H2 2015. ... »
Tue, 04/08/2015 - 13:50
Over the last 10 years, organisations have undergone a wholesale change in the way they run their businesses. Thanks to cloud-based platforms, wireless Internet, and the proliferation of desktop and mobile device applications, the perimeter of most businesses has moved beyond the four walls of their office. This has revolutionised the way people work: no longer tied to their desks they can be equally as effective aboard an aircraft or sitting next to the beach on vacation. ... »
Fri, 05/06/2015 - 10:43
Cybersecurity issues have existed as long as the internet. What seems to have changed in the last 18 months is not only that the nature of the breaches has become more sophisticated, but also the fact that hedge funds have become a much bigger target. ... »
Wed, 16/09/2015 - 09:22
Read why alternative investment vehicles are lining up to set up in Malta not just as AIFs but also increasingly as AIFMs; the types of of managers and funds using Malta as their springboard into the EU; and, the various structures available to managers... »